Our education room is a funky outback shed, where students can become a palaeontologist for a day. It’s packed with interactive tools, such as real fossils, bones, skulls and a big, heavy chunk of stalagmite.
Schools can use this space to enrich student learning about geology and the caves. It's a fantastic base for hands-on educational activities, such as digging for real fossils in our sand pits, fossil identification, or reconstructing skeletons.
The shady verandah at the front of the Kids’ Shed is a perfect spot for a lunch break. Students can bring their own, or your group may wish to order in advance from the Caves Café.
Find out more about school visits, including accommodation and other activities in the park.
Contact us to talk about mixing and matching learning programs. We will help you to plan a visit that suits your requirements.